Journal of Education & Social Policy

ISSN 2375-0782 (Print) 2375-0790 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/jesp

Personality Assessment Aspectsand Radicalizationin Prisons
David Krámský, BarboraVegrichtová

Theprison facilityis generally considered as an environment with a corrective purpose. Besides the social sense of remedy, prison is also an environment that potentially determines and affects socially dangerous behavior. The authors, based on long-term empirical research, present the significant indicators that are directly related to the transformation of personality attitudes, motivations and behavior associating with a process of radicalization. One of the most significant symptoms of radicalization is a particular social and moral decision making. Individuals in the radicalism process primarily prefer utilitarian manners in their decision-making rather than personal aspects like empathy for others. The authors will present the method of social-moral profiling of a subject in radicalization process as an effective prevention system which reduces security risks in society.

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